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Breaking: FoCo resident arrested in connection to indecent exposure investigation
Hannah Parcells, News Editor • February 21, 2024

Fort Collins Police Services arrested 32-year-old Stephen Masalta early Tuesday, Feb. 20, in connection to multiple incidents of indecent exposure.  Masalta’s...

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This week in ASCSU: Accessibility report, off-campus housing

The Associated Students of Colorado State University convened Feb. 14 for the 19th session of the 53rd senate. The session began with executive...

Karrin Anderson, panel moderator of the Should there be age limits for politicians? discussion, introduces the next question.
CSU panel explores question of age limits for politicians

With presidential primary elections already underway in many states and Super Tuesday — a day when over a dozen states, including Colorado,...

Colorado State University’s Division of University Operations held an open forum panel on CSU’s incremental budget Feb 14.
CSU hosts open forum on incremental budget

Recently, Colorado State University hosted a budget forum welcoming students and staff to engage in a part of a series of presentations regarding...

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Benjamin Withers leaves CSU after 8 years as CLA dean

Colorado State University is saying farewell this month to Benjamin Withers, the dean of the College of Liberal Arts. After eight years in...

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Spanking, corporal punishment found to be ineffective, damaging
Science
Spanking, corporal punishment found to be ineffective, damaging
Caden Proulx, Print Director • February 22, 2024

One of the most controversial areas of debate in parenting is whether or not to use spanking, a form of corporal punishment. While past researchers...

Reflecting on Henrietta Lacks impact on human research ethics
Reflecting on Henrietta Lacks' impact on human research ethics

In 1951, Henrietta Lacks, a young African American woman, went to Johns Hopkins hospital complaining of vaginal bleeding. She was diagnosed with...

The Little Shop of Physics Teacher in Residence Cherie Bornhorst and student intern Grace Balle demonstrate their system for distributing stuffed toys during outreach events Feb. 15.
Little Shop of Physics to host 30th Annual Open House (The Sequel)

At Colorado State University and across the Fort Collins area, the Little Shop of Physics Open House has been an annual highlight for almost...

Sunrise over Horsetooth Reservoir Jan. 23, 2021.
La investigación sobre el estrés explora el poder de la naturaleza para la recuperación

Nota del editor: Puedes leer la versión en ingles de este artículo aquí. Para muchos estudiantes de Colorado State University, pasar...

EMDR therapy: What it is, how it works
EMDR therapy: What it is, how it works

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy has been a widespread practice in recent years for patients experiencing post-traumatic...

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Right Horse Program horse Sylt sticks her tongue out while standing beside her trainer, Sierra Moore, during a class session at the Temple Grandin Equine Center Oct. 11, 2023. Horses are rewarded with treats when they correctly complete a behavior asked of them.
Life and Culture
Gallery: CSU Right Horse Program
Aria Paul, Photograher • February 23, 2024

The Korean Hansori Drum and Dance group performs onstage at the World Unity Fair in the Lory Student Center Feb. 17. “This is my first time at a fair here,” said Jeongyun Choi, a representative of the Korean Student Association at Colorado State University. “I was impressed that I could see so many diversities here because I didn’t think Colorado had that much.”
Life and Culture
CSU celebrates 68th annual World Unity Fair
Rebekah Barry, Staff Reporter • February 22, 2024

Stepping into the Lory Student Center ballrooms, visitors of Colorado State University's 68th annual World Unity Fair were immediately greeted...

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Souza: Email etiquette is dying, but it shouldnt be
Opinion
Souza: Email etiquette is dying, but it shouldn't be
Emma Souza, Collegian Columnist • February 20, 2024
No, you should not include “lol” in that email to your physics professor. As slang and language continue to adapt over the decades, the ways in which we communicate — within relationships, friendships and classrooms — adapt, too.
Pavelko: Despite comfort, studying in your bedroom isnt ideal
Opinion
Pavelko: Despite comfort, studying in your bedroom isn't ideal
Hana Pavelko, Collegian Columnist • February 19, 2024
As college students, we spend a fair amount of time studying. And there are so many places that you can study around campus from: the Lory Student Center to the Behavioral Sciences Building and even the Morgan Library. In fact, during my time at Colorado State University I have discovered that most of the buildings across campus have tables for students to sit and study at. 
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The Importance of Supporting Engineering Education
The Importance of Supporting Engineering Education

In today's era of information technology, engineering plays the role of a vanguard, trying to optimize...

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Sports
CSU's new interim athletic director: Who is John Weber?
Liv Sewell, Staff Reporter • February 21, 2024

John Weber, the new interim director of Colorado State Athletics, was appointed to the position Feb. 19 after it was announced that Joe Parker,...

Joe Parker, former athletic director of Colorado State University, speaks at a press conference Dec. 4, 2019. The subject of the conference was head football coach Mike Bobo taking a payout for the remainder of his contract.
Sports
Looking back at Joe Parker's tenure as CSU's athletic director
Damon Cook and Will Engle • February 20, 2024

Colorado State announced Monday Joe Parker would be stepping down from his duties as athletic director. First hired in 2015, Parker experienced...

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Joseph Sagonige Yanasi Pekaras good friend speaks out about the missing and murdered Indigenous People Crisis that is and has been occurring for many years Feb 15.
Arts and Entertainment
Indigenous artist Joe Pekara shares his journey
Aubree Miller, Staff Reporter • February 22, 2024

Since starting his photography journey in 2017, Indigenous Fort Collins artist Joe Pekara has captured striking photographs of nature, concerts...

Learn to make kalaczki, atta sheera with 2 CSU students
Simply Cooking
Learn to make kalaczki, atta sheera with 2 CSU students
Sananda Chandy, Staff Reporter • February 21, 2024

Cooking is a gratifying experience of bringing people together to make memories they will cherish for a lifetime. Families hold recipes near...

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Newly popular cannabinoid CBN shows treatment potential
Cannabis
Newly popular cannabinoid CBN shows treatment potential
Miles Buchan • October 18, 2023

THC and CBD are two cannabinoids that have risen to incredible heights in terms of popularity, cultural relevance and research relating to medical...

Strain Review: Ease your mind with Durban Kush wax
Cannabis
Strain Review: Ease your mind with Durban Kush wax
Miles Buchan, Staff Reporter • May 4, 2023

We are hurtling toward the finish line with less than two weeks left in the academic year, and the burnout rate is accelerating. With everything...

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Financial Aid and Scholarships Specific to Colorado Students
Financial Aid and Scholarships Specific to Colorado Students
February 15, 2024

Meta Description: Are you worried about not having money for your studies? It’s not a big problem if you live in Colorado. Read what financial...

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